Pokemon Sun/Moon New Patch Addresses A Series Of Glitches
Including the infamous Kadabra glitch.
Nintendo, Game Freak, and The Pokemon Company have released a brand new update for Pokemon Sun/Moon, in an attempt to address some of the biggest glitches that plague the game. Pokemon Sun/Moon are actually fairly polished, but they did have some glitches that were annoying- whether you played the single player campaign, or the multiplayer modes.
This new patch, which is mandatory to download before playing, should address those problems. A summary of the problems it fixes has been provided by Pokemon fansite Serebii. “These patches are required to go online on your games and required to participate at official events. This patch fixes the previously announced glitch with the moves Z-Parting Shot and Z-Memento on Battle Spot and a glitch in regards to the winner of a game if Rocky Helmet knocks the opponent out when you’re knocked out. It also fixes the glitch where a Pokémon wouldn’t learn a move when it evolved such as with Kadabra and Confusion.”
Pokemon Sun/Moon are available now for the Nintendo 3DS exclusively. You can check out our review for the games here.